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Specimen N – Transverse section of ripe paw paw fruit
Specimen M – Transverse section of ripe tomato fruit
Specimen L – Fresh pod of cowpea plant
Specimen K – complete, green pod of pride of Barbados plant
Specimen  I – Fresh okro fruit.

Specimen A – Clayey Soil
Specimen B – A Solution of one part of egg albumen mixed with two parts of water in a test tube/beaker
Specimen C – Mushroom (freshly plucked).
Specimen D – Giant land snail
Specimen E – Transverse section of ripe paw paw fruit
Specimen F – Transverse section of ripe tomato fruit
Specimen G – Fresh pod of cowpea plant
Specimen H – complete, green pod of pride of Barbados plant
Specimen J – Fresh okro fruit.

Specimen V – Adult cockroach (dead)
Specimen U–  Nymph of cockroach (dead)
Specimen T – Egg case of cockroach/ootheca

Specimen P – Potassium permanganate solution.
Specimen Q–  Granulated sugar (100g) in a beaker
Specimen R – 5 – day old boiled egg with shell intact stored in a warm place/rotten egg with shell intact.
Specimen S – 10ml of lime/lemon juice in a test tube.

Specimen T – Cervical Vertebra of a mammal
Specimen U – Thoracic Vertebra of a mammal
Specimen V – Lumbar Vertebra of a mammal

Specimen A – Winged termite.
Specimen B – Maggot (freshly procured).
Specimen C – Adult butterfly with open wings.
Specimen D – Caterpillar (freshly procured).
Specimen E – Grasshopper.
Specimen F – Carrot with leaves attached (freshly procured).
Specimen – Irish potato.
Specimen Q – Housefly.
Specimen R – Earthworm (dead, freshly procured in a Petri dish containing water).
Specimen – cross-section of unripe mango fruit.
Specimen – Cross section of tomato fruit.

Specimen A: twig of mango plant
Specimen B: twig of ixora plant
Specimen C: leaf of Hibiscus plant
Specimen D: hibiscus flower
Specimen E: green vegetable cut
beef specimen F: a piece of freshlycut beef
Specimen G: worker bee (wet preserved)
Specimen H: soldier termite(wet preserved)

Specimen J: adult cockroach (wet preserved)
specimen K: nymph of cockroach (wet preserved)
specimen L: young toad (freshly preserved)
specimen M: quill feather
specimen N: scale of bony fish
specimen P: freshly preserved mammalian skin preferably of goat or ram with hair/fur measuring at least 4cm by 4cm placed in a petric dish.

Specimen Q: slide of Hydra
Specimen R: small mammal (rat/rabbit/Guinea pig),wet preserved

Specimen S: Toad(wet preserved)
Specimen T: Freshly uprooted grass species
Specimen U: Brightly coloured lizard(wet preserved)
Specimen V: A branch of Cactus plant
Specimen W: Locust (wet preserved)

Specimen Q: Tridax plant(put in a petri dish)
Specimen R: Grasshopper

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